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Summer 2022 Off-Campus Programs

Wheaton College faculty design and lead a variety of summer international or domestic study programs to complement and enhance the on-campus academic experience. Here are the Summer 2022 programs (for-credit).

All Programs are subject to internal approval, minimum enrollment, and ongoing evaluation of local conditions, including enhanced health and safety reviews in light of COVID-19. All Programs, therefore, are subject to change.

FPE Abroad | International Study Program

FPE Abroad | International Study Program is an exciting eight-week immersion program uniquely blending the cultural, political, economic and business aspects of cultures around the globe. The program focuses on the interaction of political and economic policy, the effects of globalization on human flourishing, and the economic well-being of countries in the study area. Students take part in numerous site visits and hear lectures from business leaders and diplomats. This program features on-campus and off-campus learning, and as part of the course work, student teams, with faculty guidance, develop research projects designed to be presented at the corporate or policy executive level. Learn more>>> 

Graduate Ancient Israel Summer Program

Graduate students spend three weeks in Jerusalem taking Jerusalem University College’s intensive short-term program in Historical and Geographical Settings to discover the ways that Biblical events can be placed in their proper geographical, historical and cultural context. The next four weeks are spent participating fieldwork/excavation at Tel Shimron, a site perched high above the Jezreel Valley on the Nazareth Ridge in Israel with a commanding view of Mount Carmel to the southwest. Learn more >>> 

Tel Shimron Excavation

Tel Shimron, an ancient city in Northern Israel with biblical and historical significance, is the location of Wheaton College’s archaeological excavation, sponsored by generous support from the Museum of the Bible. Each summer, Wheaton students have had the opportunity to join a six week dig in Israel, led by Professor of Archaeology, Dr. Daniel Master. At Tel Shimron, undergraduate Wheaton students take classes which emphasize Global Perspectives, History, Social Inquiry, and the practice of Science that meet requirements in the thematic core of Wheaton’s general education curriculum. Learn more>>>

Transformative Education in its European Context:
In the Footsteps of Kierkegaard, Nietzsche and Heidegger

This program provides students with the opportunity to read the philosophical and educational works of Kierkegaard, Nietzsche and Heidegger in the contexts in which they wrote them. All three of these thinkers believed that the transformation of the soul through their writings was an educational project and and endeavored to help their readers understand what constituted human flourishing. Experience the transformative power of the writings of these thinkers, explore the transformative power of education more broadly, and experience the differences in educations between America, Denmark and Germany. Learn more >>> 

Wheaton in the Black Hills

Wheaton in the Black Hills is a four or eight-week program held at the beautiful 50-acre Science Station campus in the Black Hills of South Dakota. The program offers students the opportunity to complete all of their CATC natural science (SP/SIP) and Advanced Integrative Seminar (AIS) requirements in one summer - living together and studying God's creation in a dynamic Christian community.  Field trip excursions provide the opportunity to experience "science" in the great outdoors. Courses are also offered for Biology, Environmental Science, and Geology majors. Learn more >>> OR Apply Now>>>

Wheaton in England

The Wheaton in England program provides students the opportunity to immerse themselves in literary narratives, historical realities, and visual culture as they experience the richness of British culture and its global connections. In the unifying seminar, students read select literary offerings that offer the chance to practice spiritual and academic reflection on how language and place mutually constitute each other. Students will not only study the British classics and root them in the imaginative soil of place, but also engage with contemporary British and global literature within the realities of Britain today. Learn more >>> 

Wheaton in the Holy Lands

Wheaton in the Holy Lands is a study of the New Testament, Christian theology and historical geography through on-site lecture/instruction in Israel, Greece, and Rome. Students engage with issues of the theological development of the Church through the centuries, its historic faith expressions, and dialogue with other faith traditions. The six-week program offers students the experience of a lifetime, exploring the Holy Lands under the guidance and instruction of Wheaton professors and local experts. Learn more>>>

Wheaton in Korea

Seventy years ago, South Korea was a war-torn society still reeling from decades of devastating colonialism. Today, it is one of the most developed nations in the world, a global entertainment hub and the vibrant center of Asian Protestantism. Wheaton in Korea students will experience this fascinating story through courses on modern Korea and Christian thought, site visits to historic locations, and immersion in Seoul's bustling cultural life.  Learn more >>> 

Wheaton in the Northwoods (WIN)

Take a class or two at HoneyRock with WIN! Every summer, HoneyRock offers a variety of courses that meet Christ at the Core general education requirements of Wheaton College. These courses, which are open to any student, are taught in a modular and intensive format. The sessions include concentrated coursework taught by professors at HoneyRock and include pre-class and post-class work. Professors use the outdoors, the community dynamic and other activities to enhance your learning experience. Learn more >>>

Wheaton in Spain

Summer study in Salamanca, Spain offers courses in advanced Spanish language and civilization for both language majors and non-majors. Language courses are taught by native Spanish instructors; civilization courses are taught by Wheaton faculty. Students live in Spanish homes for one month. The program includes two weeks of touring; sites visited may include Madrid, El Escorial, Toledo, Granada, Córdoba, Sevilla, Mérida, Segovia, Avila, León, Santiago de Compostela, Bilbao and other locations of interest. The final week in Barcelona includes a service project with national Christians.  Learn more >>>